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RE: Print Override In SYS501C


  • Subject: RE: Print Override In SYS501C
  • From: "Moser, Ron" <RMoser@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 11 Jan 1999 09:24:46 -0800

fixed

David,  One of our programmers has the following response:
"For in house CLP programs that run through BPCS job descriptions, if you
modify all overrides (both database and print file) to SECURE *YES, this
will solve the problem.  On database, remember to retrieve the override if
the file is reused within the top level program."
on Moser
Shaklee Corp.

> ----------
> From:         David Thomas[SMTP:davet@radiusinfo.com]
> Sent:         January 05, 1999 8:34 PM
> To:   BPCS-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      Print Override In SYS501C
> 
> I'm supporting a recent V6.04 mixed-mode BPCS implementation, and my
> question is this: what are the implications of removing the *PRTF
> override command in CL program SYS501C?  It is currently wreaking havoc
> with a variety of in-house programs and queries that have been added to
> BPCS menus and which use a varied mix of page size parameters.  Users
> don't understand why reports that fit on the page with condensed print
> last week have suddenly expanded to 10CPI and go off into oblivion.
> 
> Creating CL programs to provide print file overrides for so many small
> jobs doesn't seem practical, but I'm leery of pulling out the *PRTF
> override.  Have any of you had to deal with this?  What worked?
> 
> Any ideas or experience are welcome!
> 
> Dave Thomas
> Radius Information Systems Ltd.
> Toronto ON
> --
> Dilbert's Words Of Wisdom:
>   "I love deadlines.  I especially like the whooshing sound they make as
> they go flying by."
> 
> 
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